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Apostasy pays – Gates donates millions to Ursuline May 21, 2012

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Basics, contraception, Dallas Diocese, disaster, episcopate, error, General Catholic, horror, sadness, scandals, unadulterated evil.
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I don’t think their “ecstatic” support has much to do with the donations, however.  The general outlook of so many women religious, especially those of a certain age, is completely accepting of the left-feminist worldview that sees contraception (and abortion, and divorce on demand, etc) as an unalloyed good.  But, Melinda Gates, who plans to spend billions of her husband’s money to foist contraception on more women (perhaps even, without their consent), has donated a great deal of money to Dallas Ursuline Academy over the past several years:

A Dallas Catholic school administered by Ursuline nuns who have reportedly expressed their support for billionaire Melinda French Gates’ campaign to inject millions of women with contraceptive drugs has received at least $8.5 million from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation during the past decade, LifeSiteNews.com has learned.According to statements posted on the Ursuline Academy of Dallas website, Gates gave $5 milllion to the school in 2006, “the largest single contribution received in the history of the Academy,” for the creation of the French Family Science, Math and Technology Center, which was given in Gates’ maiden name, “French.”

In 2007, Gates followed up with another $2 million “for science, math, and technology education as part of the Academy’s strategic plan for campus renewal and growth.” 

In 2012 Gates gave another $1.5 million to the school during a fundraiser recorded on the website as well.

Gates, who is married to billionaire tech mogul Bill Gates and who claims to be a “practicing Catholic,” recently told Newsweek that she intends to spend $4 billion to bring contraceptives to 120 million impoverished women by 2020. She emphasizes the injectable drug Depo-Provera, a hormonal contraceptive that also causes abortions, and that has been associated with a variety of serious health problems, including bone loss and cancer.

Thus, “empowerment.”  Thank goodness, Bishop Farrell is “communicating” with the sisters at Ursuline over their support of Gates’ apostasy.  Romano Amerio notes in Iota Unum that many bishops today have such an impoverished understanding of their office and its duties and responsibilities, that they feel virtually powerless to prevent, or even take remedial action against, almost any form of dissent or heresy.  And so the long, slow train of heresy keeps rolling, crushing under it’s weight the souls of millions.

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1. Peggy - May 21, 2012

Interesting that she is married to an atheist.

tantamergo - May 21, 2012

Quite. That says a great deal.


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